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Change script timeout through ASP.NET configuration files
by Francesco Balena
The httpRuntime tag in ASP.NET configuration files lets you determine several behaviors of ASP.NET at the machine or site, including the global value for script timeout. Here's the complete syntax for this tag.
Reduce Server Too Busy errors with the httpRuntime tag
by Francesco Balena
The httpRuntime tag in ASP.NET configuration files lets you determine several features of ASP.NET at the machine or site level, including the how ASP.NET uses multi-threading.
ASP.NET process recycling
by Francesco Balena
Application recycling is a great feature that lets you configure an application so that ASP.NET automatically shuts it down and restarts it after a given period or a given number of client requests, or when it consumes more memory than the specified threshold. This feature is a lifesaver if the ...
LanCardAddress - Read the Ethernet address of a LAN card
by Francesco Balena
Read the Ethernet address of a LAN card. This number can be considered to uniquely identify a network adapter
Programs using the WebBrowser require that IE is installed
by Francesco Balena
If your program uses the WebBrowser control or any Microsoft Internet Control, you must ensure (and clearly specify in your app's documentation) that the program can only work on systems that have Internet Explorer installed. In fact, the WebBrowser control is embedded in the ShDocVw.Dll file, ...
ShowNetworkDiskConnectionDialog - Show a dialog to connect or disconnect a drive
by Marco Bellinaso
show the dialog to connect/disconnect a network disk If the argument is True it shows the ConnectDialog, otherwise it shows the Disconnect dialog the second argument is the hWnd of the parent dialog The function returns False if the dialog is canceled, True otherwise.
Encrypting Stored Procedures
by Rick Codrington
When creating stored procedures, there will be occasions where a certain procedure definition should not be viewed. Using the WITH ENCRYPTION clause stores the procedure definition in an ...
GetPDCName - The name of the Primary Domain Controller
by Francesco Balena
Return the name of the Primary Domain Controller (PDC) server names are preceded by a double slash
NetworkUserName - The user name used to establish a network connection
by Francesco Balena
return the current default user name or the user name used to establish a connection
Undocumented Encrypt and Decrypt Functions in SQL Server 7.0
by Andrew Holliday
There are two undocumented encryption functions. They are not supported by Microsoft, and I have had problems with some SQL Server service packs when using these functions. That being said, the ...
Rebooting with NT's Schedule Services
by DevX Pro
How can I schedule an automatic reboot? I have the schedule service started and set up to start automatically, and I know how to do the "at" commands. What I don't know is the command to get it to reboot.
GetPrimaryDCName
by DevX Pro
I'm trying to get the PDC name for a domain on my network using the following code. It works fine within the VB IDE, but the moment I compile it and run it as an executable, it errors out with either NERR_DCNotFound(2453): Could not find domain controller for this domain or ERROR_BAD_NETPATH(53): The network path was not found Any idea what's going wrong? Here's my code: Private Declare Function NetGetDCName Lib "NETAPI32.DLL" _ (ServerName As Byte, DomainName As Byte, DCName As Long) As Long Private Declare Function lstrcpyW Lib _ "kernel32.dll" (bRet As Byte, ByVal _ lPtr As Long) As Long Private Declare Function NetApiBufferFree Lib _ "Netapi32" (ByVal pBuffer As Long) As Long Public Function GetPrimaryDCName(ByVal DName As String) As String Dim DCName As String, DCNPtr As Long Dim DNArray() As Byte, DCNArray(100) As Byte Dim result As Long DNArray = DName & vbNullChar result = NetGetDCName(0&, DNArray(0), DCNPtr) If result 0 Then Err.Raise vbObjectError + 4000, "CNetworkInfo", result Exit Function End If lstrcpyW DCNArray(0), DCNPtr result = NetApiBufferFree(DCNPtr) DCName = DCNArray() GetPrimaryDCName = Left(DCName, InStr(DCName, Chr(0)) - 1) End Function
NetUserGetInfo - API Call
by DevX Pro
I am using "NetUserGetInfo" API call to get the NT user profile. I use: typedef struct _USER_INFO_3 How can I parse the "usri3_flags" member in detail?
Creating a Numeric-Input JTextField
by David Glasser
Validating user input that is typed into a JTextField can ...
Silent install with VB6 Deployment and Packaging Wizard
by Bruce Kellerman
VB6 Deployment and Packaging Wizard's resulting setup.exe has a command line switch that allows for a silent install.
Getting Around a Bug in Testing Your Applets
by Reuben Cleetus
If you've tried using the Java Plugin to test your Applets and got a mysterious "Security Exception," then you've run into a known, but unadvertised bug. For a complete description of the bug, see: ...
Synchronizing Workstation Clocks
by DevX Pro
How do I synchronize all the Workstation clocks of a 100+ user community to the same reference?
Delete a User in NT
by DevX Pro
How do I delete a user in NT with the API's?
Run EXE as Logged-On User
by DevX Pro
Let's assume I am logged onto an NT Workstation as a normal user. Using one of your 10-Minute Solutions I managed to get the LogonUser API to log me in as the Administrator (i.e., returned True) with VB. Now I want to shell an EXE as the logged on Administrator and not myself. For example, this viruscan update, which requires Admin privileges: c:\Temp\sdat4080.exe How do I do this (I believe one solution is the CreateProcessAsUser API, but I don't know how to use it)?
Windows NT Profiles
by DevX Pro
Why are Windows NT user profiles created with extensions of .000, .001, and so on?
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